Science Advisory Committee

The Science Advisory Committee provides scientific and technical guidance to WLI. Guidance focuses on WLI’s efforts to conduct research that results in valuable data for resource management decision makers in the Whitefish Lake Watershed and beyond. WLI has continuously worked to enhance data collection, scientific research, and the communication of research results on Whitefish Lake, its tributaries and local streams. WLI also partners with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to engage citizen scientists in the collection of limnological data and in early detection for Aquatic Invasive Species.

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Sam Bourret

Fisheries Biologist Montana Fish,
Wildlife, & Parks

Paul McKenzie

Lands and Resource Manager
Certified Forester
F.H. Stoltze Land & Lumber Co.

Tony Nelson

Hydrologist
Montana DNRC

Ryan Richardson

Fluvial Geomorphologist
River Design Group

Eric Sawtelle

Science Teacher
Whitefish High School

Dick Solberg

Retired Director Flathead Lake Biological Station

John Wachsmuth

Retired Fisheries Biologist
Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks